2.4.22 Do Senators Really Care About UFOs?

by Dark Lord
Do Senators Really Care About UFOs

We find it interesting that something as important as a task force dedicated to better understanding UFOs has been largely ignored by those in political power within the United States. Oh of course there are a few speaking out, and we admire their courage, however that is not nearly enough. For those senators and congressmen unwilling to speak on the subject, we would like to know why. It is not about extraterrestrial visitations, it is first and foremost about defending American skies, and better understanding what is flying into, through and out of  sensitive airspace with impunity. Below is a letter we finally received from Nevada Sen. Jackie Rosen in response to our encouraging participation in the Gillibrand amendment months ago. To be clear this is not a “Republican versus Democrat” thing, it is a “all of you need to do your damn job thing.”

To display the disconnect between our senators and what is actually going on with the subject of UFOs we ask you to read this document and tell us if you see a problem with anything in it. Newbies to the UFO subject may not notice the error but those of you who have been onboard for a while should pick up on it.

Thank you for contacting me about Amendment No. 4810 to the Fiscal Year 2022 (FY2022) National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) regarding unidentified aerial phenomena (UAP). I welcome your thoughts on this important topic.

On December 15, 2021, the U.S. Senate passed the FY2022 NDAA by a majority vote of 88 to 11, and President Biden signed the NDAA into law on December 27, 2021. Amendment No. 4810 was included in the FY2022 NDAA and will establish the Anomaly Surveillance, Tracking, and Resolution Office (ASTRO) in place of the Unidentified Aerial Phenomenon Task Force (UAPTF), which will have access to UAP information from the Department of Defense and the Intelligence Community. ASTRO will collect, report, and analyze UAP data with the help of a committee of scientific, medical, and technological experts, and provide reports to Congress. The office will improve UAP data-sharing and coordination within the U.S. Government, and better assess the threats posed to our country and servicemembers.  

Should additional legislation regarding UAPs be introduced and brought to the Senate floor for consideration, I will be sure to keep your thoughts in mind.

It is an honor to represent you and all Nevadans in the United States Senate and I welcome your input as we work to find common ground in the 117th Congress. To stay informed of my work in the Senate, please visit my website and follow me on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.


Jacky Rosen

U.S. Senator

For those of you that didn’t catch the error the new UFO office signed into law by the President is not ASTRO  but rather the thoroughly confusing “Airborne Object Identification and Management Synchronization Group (AOIMSG)” Shouldn’t the senator that represents me know that and is this indicative of US politicians in general? 

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